They may have asked you that, particularly if it's not in their database yet. But each car is rated via it's VIN. Your VIN establishes all the safety features in the car. My company gave me a rate based on what I told them as well. But they were clear it's subject to change once they officially rate the car with it's VIN.Given that I had to educate my insurance provider on the existence of the car in the first place, and that they based their quote on "how much are you paying for it? You have ABS? GPS tracking?", I can guarantee they have no idea about the quality or presence of what degree of ADAS the car has or doesn't.